• To take picture of the container to be used in the stuffing of cargo showing container number.

  • To take picture of the intended cargo for export/stuffing prior to and after loading.

  • Joint tallying of the cargo loaded inside the container with the export warehouse representative and counter-check against copy of Stuffing Advice submitted to us for reference.

  • To put exemption on bad  order/damaged cargo found; if any, during stuffing. And take picture depicting the damaged portion of the package(s).

  • After the completion of stuffing, the doors of the container are secured with seal by the warehouse representative in our presence.

  • Prepare stuffing tally sheet and record the marks/shipper, quantity and condition of the cargo loaded/stuff on the stuffing advice sheet if our actual count tallies to that of the Pac-Atlantic Warehouse and of the account representative present during the actual loading/stuffing.

  • Issuance of survey report and bill.


  • Examine the seal of the doors of the container if same is sound and in place and take picture prior and after opening of the container.

  • Joint tallying of the cargo discharged from the container and counter check against copy of the manifest.

  • Joint examination and inventory of the contents of bad order package(s) found; if any, with warehouse representative and take picture.

  • Issue a bad order certificate/turnover certificate reflecting the results of the examination and inventory of bad order package(s).

  • Prepare stripping tally sheet and record the cargoes marks/numbers,quantity, good and bad order condition and compare it to the cargo stripping report issued by the warehouse if the cargoes stripped tallies as per inward foreign manifest.


  • Take photos of the container (cargo or tank) showing the identification marking I.e. container number, mass weight markings and manufacturing plate as well.

  • Record the following data on the inspection sheet.

  • Take photos if the damaged section and measure it using the 1200 x 1200 mm (4’ x 4’) numerical square system in identifying damage to any of the container.

  • Mark with arrow or circle all damaged found on container in your inspection sheet.

  • Write your remarks on the inspection sheet and issue a copy to the requesting party.

  • Make the final report/findings on the damage container showing the exact location and extent of damaged incurred.

  • Issuance of survey report and bill.


  • Upon arrival of vessel and after proper representation and formalities were completed together with vessel’s Chief Officer and all parties concerned will conduct a thorough inspection of the vessel’s cargo hold(s) prior to discharging operations in order to determine existence of cargo damage. Wetting, foul odor, etc. and prepare a report thereof.

  • To record and report the outturn of discharge and the segregated pre-shipment and stevedores damage which will include the nature, cause and extent of loss dully signed by all parties concerned.

  • To issue incident reports relative to the damage incurred by the cargo during discharging operations.

  • Issuance of final report and bill.


  • Upon arrival of vessel, together with the vessel’s Chief Officer and all parties concerned, take initial draft survey of the vessel.

  • After completion of discharging a final draft of the vessel will be taken in order to quantify the quantity discharged from the vessel.

  • Issuance of final report and bill.